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It’s great to see our cadets back on their units, especially in our brand new units that have opened for the very f… https://t.co/dkawWw7rjA
Thank you to Station Commander Brin Powell who retired from the Brigade last week. After serving in the Navy, Brin… https://t.co/fCYouOUkf9
RT @SadiqKhan: I'm so excited London is hosting eight games at this summer’s Euros - and delighted the first Fan Zone events in Trafalgar S…
Firefighters led three people to safety from a rear garden following a house fire in #Feltham. The roof of the buil… https://t.co/zOCoGRVnsw
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Nearly one fire a day in London involves white goods. Most are caused by faults beyond the control of the householder. Our Total Recalls campaign is here to make it easier for people to protect themselves from potentially lethal faulty appliances. We're calling for the government, manufacturers and retailers to take actions – find out more and get involved.
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We believe that the most effective firefighting technique is prevention. Learn more about fire safety at home and work – and how to avoid accidents on the road, too.
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Not all lifesavers wear uniforms. From specialist support staff to education and fire prevention, enforcing regulations to answering 999 calls, we're a diverse, welcoming community – will you join us?
We believe the best way to keep Londoners safe is through fire safety education – and that starts at primary school.